Panzer General II is a turn-based strategy computer game by Strategic Simulations, Inc. Released September 30, 1997, Panzer General II is the sixth SSI game in the "General" series and the first in the "Living Battlefield " series. Topics: Video Game, Vintage Gaming
This latest version of the Breath of Fire FAQ contains two distinct section to it. The first is a series of lists of information about important aspects of the game, also answering a number of the frequently asked questions about this game, and revealing many of its secrets. The second portion is a complete walk-through, very thorough and detailed. The walk-through will probably answer any question you have that is not covered in the first part. If you are stuck and looking for a specific... Topic: Vintage gaming documents
Editor Module For Anvil Of Dawn by David Melanson, Using Jack Hartman's UGE v 1.0 Anvil of Dawn, a 1st-person adventure game, claims a review on its cover of "Better Than Stonekeep" from a gaming magazine. Well, I don't really know about THAT...but it is pretty cool, if you can live with the lousy lip-synching. I will say that the bad guys kick off in some TRULY impressive manners. Unfortunately for many adventurers, you'll also discover that YOU can kick off as well when facing... Topic: Vintage gaming documents
"I was always interested in what the progression maps for the Wing Commander Secret Missions 1 and Secret Missions 2: Crusade looked like while I was playing them. I knew that if I lost a mission in the basic Wing Commander game, it wasn't the end of the world (or in this case, the end of the Tiger's Claw and all Terran's). Whereas, in the SM1 and SM2 campaigns, this was often the situation. I have successfully documented each of the campaigns' progression maps. They are in .GIF format and... Topics: DOS extras, Vintage gaming documents
"This is the Microsoft Game Developer's Handbook from GAMESUM.ZIP (which used to be found) in ftp.microsoft.com:/developer/drg/wing in Windows Write format." Topics: DOS extras, Vintage gaming documents
"Welcome to the post-release v5.0 of the ""Official"" DOOM FAQ. What does that mean? Post-release is after the game is released, version 5.0 is a major revision written after 2.6, ""Official"" means absolutely nothing, DOOM is the name of the game, and FAQs are [F]requently [A]sked [Q]uestions." Topics: DOS extras, Vintage gaming documents
"The following files are included in this archive: GENERAL.TXT General tips on playing X-Wing. MISSION.TXT Mission-specific tips for X-Wing. These only cover the more difficult missions. LUKE.PLT A pilot file with all the missions finished. You can use it to play any mission (go into historical missions) and view all cut scenes in X-Wing. You can also use it to clone Top Ace wingmen for your use." Topics: DOS extras, Vintage gaming documents
"Find the area of the game you are having difficulty with in this ""book"" and it will show a hint about how to get past it. This is the first file I have ever seen from ""Adventure BBS"". Hopefully I can find more. The phone number given is 313-486-5048 and was running off a blazing fast 14.4 modem." Topics: DOS extras, Vintage gaming documents
"This group of files contains solutions to all the problems in ZORK II. In order to avoid giving solutions to all the problems at one time, each solution is given in its own file. The index of solutions is given in the file ""INDEX"". For example, if you need to know how to get past the Riddle Room, you will find that listed in the INDEX as File 4. If you then TYPE ZORK2.H04, you will have the solution to that one problem without being given the solution to any others.... Topics: DOS extras, Vintage gaming documents
Somewhere in your vast gaming collection is that one game. You know the one, yes. That one. The game you started playing when you were a kid and for whatever reason you just never stopped. Sure, sometimes a month goes by where that battered old cartridge lays dormant, but know this: Sooner or later you WILL be back. This week’s show is dedicated to that one game we have been playing forever. Lock the doors and shutter your windows ladies and gents: It’s Wisconsin’s most beloved gaming... Topics: podcast, gaming, video games, guys games and beer, vintage gaming, classic games, retro games,...
Don't tell Rob that the Saturn has had any Sonic games made for it: He gets all angry about about that. This is the lesson you can take away from this episode where the Gutter Geeks explore the history and lore of the Sega Saturn and why it's a really good system for collectors to look into today. Topics: sega saturn, sonic, vintage gaming, retro gaming, classic games, arcade, sega, classic games,...
Back in our day folks really new how to play games. We didn't need no fancy triggers or d-pads or foolish unnecessary rows of buttons. Nope, we could save the universe with one button! You hear me sonny?? One freakin' shiny red button stood between us and oblivion! You wussy kids wouldn't stand a chance without your power-ups and smart bombs: Lord forbid you actually have to aim at something you want to hit! No pausing the game either. We could play a game, or we could answer the freakin'... Topics: Atari, classic gaming, flux capacitor, atari 2600, atari 5200, atari 7800, vintage gaming, 80's,...